Book a table at Dostoevsky Restaurant
The Dostoevsky Restaurant is located in the very historical center of St. Petersburg. Here, from 1842-1845, Fyodor Dostoevsky lived and worked next door. The restaurant invites all the connoisseurs of haute Russian cuisine, which you can have a taste of while sitting in the marvelous hall-amphitheater.
Festive atmosphere enrobed in dazzling white
The big hall, which can hold up to 120 persons, is reasonably divided into several special areas which can accommodate groups of any size. The nice interior in calm pastel shades together with clever space management allow for holding a wide range of events, from a small banquet to a grandiose wedding celebration.
Despite all the solemnity of the inner decoration of the restaurant, each and every guest feels at ease here. The finest ceiling paintings, the heavy portieres, the reproductions depicting scenes of the old times accompanied by pleasant background music anticipate a gastronomic pleasure of eating the culinary masterpieces of the local cooks.
The A la Carte Menu of the Dostoevsky represents the Renaissance spirit of the original Russian cuisine typical in tsarist Russia during the XIX century. The Restaurant itself is an extraordinary combination of St. Petersburg and Europe: the antique recipes reinvented with classic and original hints and hearty portions which, along with delicacies, symbolize the Russian hospitality.
In the Dostoevsky Restaurant both native citizens and foreign guests can reinvent the traditional Russian cuisine from a new point of view.
Working hours: 13 pm - 1 am (in summer till September, 1 - 18 pm - 11 pm)
Address: Vladimirsky Prospect, 9
Subway station: Vladimirskaya
Cuisine: Italian, signature, French
Average bill: 1500-2500 rub.
Accommodation: one hall - 120 seats
Payment: cash payment/credit cards